BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The militant group, Jaysh Al-Izza, is allegedly dissolving itself after suffering a series of losses at the hands of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in northern Hama and southern Idlib.

According to reports, the once U.S.-backed group is dissolving itself because they lost a great deal of fighters and most of their weapons as a result of the recent Hama batte.

Jaysh Al-Izza was primarily headquartered in the northern Hama towns of Kafr Zita and Al-Latamnah before the Syrian Arab Army announced the capture of these areas on Friday.

If these reports prove true, this would be a major loss for the militant forces, as Jaysh Al-Izza was once one of the most powerful groups in the northwestern region of Syria.

Previously, Jaysh Al-Izza was one of the few militant groups that was armed with the U.S.-made anti-tank TOW missiles; however, Washington later withdrew their support for these militants.

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Few days ago I had posted Jaish Al Izza, Who? Rust in Piece. Next time US should look at the balz of its winning horses before betting! You wanted to destroy Syria & destroy Assad & Syrian Army, look what happened. Can’t keep threatening the world with Nukes jus because you have plenty and others dont have and don’t need to win. Fight like a Gun Slinger Flight Like a Man. Just hiring local dirty Jihadi goons, training them, giving them a name, giving guns & tows is not gonna win the war. You guys did the same by giving… Read more »

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It’s been always funny to me how after 9/11 (when the “terrorist attack” was fabricated) USA declared a war to all terrorists but since then they never won against any terrorist group. Even more, with everything they do USA creates more and more terrorist groups each year. For me that country is just CLOWN country. Soon it will collapse just like the Great Roman Empire…

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There is not a single terrorist group not being state sponsored, and there are many actors you don’t want to believe them being playing dirty. You know, US isolationism prior to WW2 made WW2 possible. Had they been interventionist in the Mid-30’s, a global conflict would have been prevented… If you had a little understanding of how the world works, you wouldn’t dream of an US collapse : the results would be FAR WORST than everything you may have witnessed. Nature hates vacuum, and if you consider the actors who would be both fit and willing to replace USA, all… Read more »

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if the us barbarians had stayed isolationist during wwi, no furthther conflict would have been possible – us is planetary cancer

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Maybe, maybe not, but we can’t rewind time, we have to do with a situation that was already in place even before we were born. Even them inherit situations that were already in place and then have to do with it and so is it for all main international “actors”. For any action, there are consequences as much as there are consequences at doing nothing and you can count on the Murphy Law and the Butterfly Effect to interfere 😉 What is interesting is that even the CIA’s recommanded reading to its personnel includes Chalmers Johnson’s “Dismantling the Empire” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chalmers_Johnson… Read more »

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DBS, you mentioned “Violent pull out will create more chaos”..well US had to quit Vietnam finally and today Vietnam has buried its past & moved forward and prospered. I agree that there will be chaos with a vacuum created & it will soon be filled up either by good or by bad forces. As we can see in Africa there is lawlessness and many countries are suffering under Bokoharam who run their own Islamic laws. In Afghanistan after US quits eventually Taleeban will take over and try to rule over the people & the country. Do you think the US… Read more »

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+++ “DBS, you mentioned “Violent pull out will create more chaos”..well US had to quit Vietnam finally and today Vietnam has buried its past & moved forward and prospered. ‘” => US pull out from Vietnam took 3 years… And they deliberately gave VN to China, although China didn’t really managed to take over, but they made a mess in Cambodia by creating the Khmer Rouge, ouch! VN has returned to the US sphere, this made VN renew with prosperity… +++ “and many countries are suffering under Bokoharam who run their own Islamic laws” => By teaming with local governments… Read more »

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You are 100% full of it, I bet your eyes are brown :]

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If you speak about me, no I have green eyes 🙂

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+++ “Few days ago I had posted Jaish Al Izza, Who? Rust in Piece.” => Good riddance! +++ “Next time US should look at the balz of its winning horses before betting! You wanted to destroy Syria & destroy Assad & Syrian Army, look what happened.” => Are you sure it was US goal? If US had wanted to “destroy Syria”, all they had to do was doing a Gaddafi. They had 4 years to do an air-campaign which would have torn Syrian army apart, even a 72 hours massive campaign would have finished off SyAAF, SyADF and laminated SAA… Read more »

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DBS, US took on the role of Global War on Terror and donned the CAP of Global Cap am I correct? They decided who is good and who is the baddy. They have become the judge jury & executioner too. According to them Saddam was good boy so long as he was killing Shias Sunnis within his own country & fought Iran for over 6 years. Agreed he kept the Islamic forces away. But Saddam became the bad boy when he attacked Kuwait & they decimated him & his Bathist Army. With Iran moving away from the Shahs to the… Read more »

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The formula Assad has for winning is something the US cannot copy. How can a criminal psychopath start acting like a decent human being

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+++ “The formula Assad has for winning”
=> Is named Putin 😉

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+++ “Fight like a Gun Slinger Flight Like a Man” => You know, the Gun Slinger things only happened between drunkyards in front of a saloon. +++ “Just hiring local dirty Jihadi goons, training them, giving them a name, giving guns & tows is not gonna win the war” => No, but the Jihadi goons will likely end with their 72 virgins, especially if you deliberately sabotaged the training +++ “You guys did the same by giving plenty of stinger to the Mujahid in Afghanistan so that they can rout the Soviets” => It was another era, and the roaches… Read more »

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DBS, I am not going to counter you in any debate. SALUTE. Fact of the matter is this concept of creating Jihadi Mujahid was coined by US in Afghanistan in a massive way. Proxy War was the best way. It avoids you to put your foot on the ground and fight the local enemy. Now Americans are paying a price. Just pray tell me even after 18 years how come the Americans who have such huge resources, unimaginable military strength, cutting edge technology, satellites in space and yet they are unable to say MISSION ACCOMPLISHED in Afghanistan and why they… Read more »

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+++ “Fact of the matter is this concept of creating Jihadi Mujahid was coined by US in Afghanistan in a massive way” => in fact, the concept was created by a Schizoid Bedouin about 1,400 years ago, and the idea to used mujahideen in Afgha actually didn’t came from the Yankees but from the Bani-Saud. Carter was, and still is, a moron, kinda idiot into group hugging and stuff like that. He did such terrible mistakes like accepting the idea of such proxy war using religious fanatics as he let the Shah down and absolutely acted stupid with the hostage… Read more »

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Currently HTS Joulani’s position is such that he is caught in the middle of a river bed and water is rising very rapidly. As per Sharia laws he is allowed to take 4 wives and all of them are desperately clinging with him. He is now caught in such a terrible situation. The oldest of his wives is an oldest hag on whom he has lost complete interest, same with 2nd older & 3rd old one doesn’t excite him anymore. His 4th beautiful wife is too heavy & too fat. None of them know how to swim! Things cannot become… Read more »

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Let’s hope he’ll soon find himself in a hole, a 6 feet deep one…

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they are/ or have been cannon fodder… their vip terrorist pets will be evacuated and moved to next spot where the real criminals have use for this scum

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I think the goal is to have the maximum of them killed. Why do you think so many nations have allowed all this scum to move to Syria and Iraq? Going after all these creeps with police+justice means would have been a real nightmare. Doing so made them in a posture when they moved by themselves to the slaughterhouse… If Russia alone killed 135-150k jihadis in Syria, add SAA, Kurds, Iraqi army+militias, the coalition, well, a 300-500k bodycount is very likely a realistic figure… If some end moved elsewhere, they’ll be far less numerous than the numbers that came in…… Read more »

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you missed the point… before the so called ‘war on terror’ there were no allahu akbar screaming terrorists… someone created them…for sure not god

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Camels over the Desert Ride

When I see ex Jihadis leading camel rides at the West Aleppo amusement park then I will know the war is over. Any Jaysh al Innards applicants? There can even be a scary part where they shoot at you with blank guns like the stagecoach robbers at Knotts Berry Farm

Daeshbags-Sux
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Syria is not really known for camel-riding, it’s not the Emirates or KSA 😉
It’s more a Mediterranean climate to compare with Greece, Turkey, Lebanon or Israel.

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Daeshbags-Sux

And Aleppo is definitively not in a desert.